Web-based project management application with Laravel

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MD. SHAHRIAR H.Sukriti A.Kavan P.Wasiq A.Muhammad E. + 14 others have already sent a proposal.
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Experience Level: Expert
Estimated project duration: (2 +) 4 - 8 weeks
General information for the business: We are designer firm
Kind of development: New program from scratch
Description of requirements/functionality: In our company, each of our sales is a project that we need to manage. Currently we are using some tools like Trello, Asana and more. Not each projects are complicated, some are just 5 minutes job; and there are multiple (currently 2) departments for different type of projects.

The problem is that as our business grow larger, our higher management wants to visualise the company's overall performance in an easier way. Hence, a proposal of creating an Application:

- Accessible through web
- Manage projects (using Agile Scrum properties: story, task etc.)
- Monitor projects (using Agile Scrum metrics: burn-down chart etc)
- Team member monitoring & management (availability, task assigned, performance metrics, cost)

Specific technologies required: Laravel

OS requirements: Linux

Extra notes:
I would like to go through software development documentation for each phase to ensure the delivery of product.

I'm sorry if I could not reply on time, as I have limited time to spend on this part of the job. However, I will try to reply every enquiry.

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  • OptiSol Business Solutions Pvt Ltd

    Justin, Could you tell me your budget to build this project management application?

  • Ways and Means Technology P.

    Hi Justin,

    We have developed similar system in Asp.Net.
    Let me know if we can discuss your idea in more detail so we can know your project flow and share our relevant work experience with you.


  • Tony J.

    Hey Justin,
    Are we looking for somthing like basecamp ?


    Justin M.14 Nov 2016

    No. To name the difference: we need complexity, but not that kind of complexity. Basecamp have bunch of features that we do not use, at all, but on the other hand, lag of small feature that we want.